This Tuesday, let’s travel to the lush rainforest on the Phi Phi Island of Thailand. There you will find an environmentally friendly luxury hotel with suites made of teakwood connected by a tranquil white sandy beach. Zeavola- Koh Phi Phi has engaged in an energy conservation system, water is sourced from local wells and rainwater collection systems. Waste water is treated before being used to water the jungle garden, natural waste is composted, and the resort is engaged in beach and coral cleaning programs. Even further, Zeavola participates in first aid and survival assistance for birds. All of this lead Zeavola to be recognized as the world’s top sustainable boutique hotel.
The villas are spaced to give some privacy and offer some variety. Options are beachfront, village garden or on the hillside. And during your stay you can relax on the beach, scuba dive in the Andaman Sea, take a cooking class, or enjoy the spa. Zeavola is just the type of EcoLiving adventure we would love, how about you?